Flawless progressive microhouse with a strong presence of organic solid grooves and rubbery basslines; it’s all here in this killer release by mystical Berlin experimental producer Item.No.
Mostly, the drive on ‘Snakeplain ep’ has a deliciously intensified pace throughout, gentle enough to go down easy but still just off enough to ensure that you can’t shake that ever present unsettling feeling.
The often piercingly melancholic atmospherics find a phat bouncy framework by the end of the ep - the last and 5th track is remixed by our own kings of ultra-bouncy rhythmic sequencing, Jason & the Argonauts.
Quite easily one of our most accomplished and satisfying releases to date.
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